How many tablespoons in a pint?
1 Pint is equal to 32 tablespoons. To convert pints to tablespoons, multiply the pint value by 32.
For example, to find out how many tablespoons in a pint and a half, multiply 1.5 by 32, that makes 48 tablespoons in a pint and a half.
1 US Fluid Pint = 32 Tablespoons
How many tablespoons in a dry pint?
There are 37.236710204 tablespoons in 1 dry pint. To convert dry pints to tablespoons, multiply the pint value by 37.236710204.
1 US Dry Pint = 37.236710204 Tablespoons
What is Pint?
Pint is an imperial and United States Customary measurement systems volume unit. There is one type of pint in the imperial system and 2 types (fluid and dry) in the US Customary measurement system. 1 Pint is half of a quart. The symbol is "pt".
What is Tablespoon?
Tablespoon is a volume unit in Imperial, United States Customary and the Metric measurement systems. 1 Tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons. The symbol is "tbsp".